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Dialexia's VoIP Now Interoperable with Quintum Tenor Switches


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VoIP systems manufacturer Dialexia Communications Inc. announced on Friday that it's IP-PBX (Dial-Office) and Softswitch with Billing (Dial-Gate) Solutions are now fully interoperable with the Tenor switches and gateways from Quintum Technologies Inc.

"Dialexia’s IP-PBX and SoftSwitch platforms have very successfully addressed the needs of their enterprise and service provider customer base," noted Chuck Rutledge, vice president of marketing for Quintum. "We are very excited about the opportunity to support a complete VoIP solution for Dialexia’s Dial-Office and Dial-Gate customers."

Quintum's Tenor supports VoIP deployment for both enterprise and service provider apps. Its MultiPath architecture provides survivable VoIP connectivity to both the local PSTN and analog systems in enterprise IP-PBX apps. It also makes them very easy to deploy as Customer Premise Equipment (CPE) for service providers offering VoIP services directly to the enterprise.

Because Tenor switches support industry standards such as SIP (Session Initiation Protocol) and H.323, they interoperate seamlessly with third-party communications hardware and software.

"We are pleased to demonstrate the successful integration of our VoIP solutions with Quintum’s Tenor switches and gateways; this enables us to furnish our customers with solid and reliable VoIP solutions and to affirm Dialexia’s strategy in providing full SIP interoperability with the major players in the VoIP industry," said Mohamed El Mohri, CTO at Dialexia Communications. "We look forward to a long-term relationship with Quintum as their strategic partner in offering cost effective VoIP solutions."

Quintum made news last month as it revealed that it would be announcing a brand new line extension to their Tenor AX MultiPath Switches. The AXT 4800 is Quintum's newest Tenor. It offers 48 FXO connections to support VoIP applications requiring large numbers of analog telephone network connections, such as call centers and service provider termination services in geographies where analog trunks are common.

Quintum's Tenor VoIP MultiPath Switches and Gateways can be used by service providers deploying VoIP-based services directly to enterprises requiring customer premise equipment at the edge in traditional, IP-PBX and hybrid enterprise environments.

The product will be generally available November 1 at a list price of $6,500.00

Quintum Technologies, Inc.


Dialexia Communications Inc.


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